noundialect, historical North American, US, Canadian
A sleigh or sledge with a box-like body, typically drawn by a single horse and used for carrying light loads.
Early 19th century; earliest use found in Laws of State of New York. Shortened from Tom Pung.
A set of three identical tiles; the action of completing such a set in one's hand. Also occasionally as interjection: announcing this action to other players.
1920s. From Chinese pèng.
To take a discarded tile to complete a set of three identical tiles. Also with object: to pick up (a discarded tile) to make a set of three.
1920s. From Chinese pèng (/pʌŋ/) to touch, bump, to meet, run into.